From the skies to the neighborhoods, there’s plenty to see this weekend

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CHICAGO – If you’re looking for something to do in Chicago this weekend, you have plenty of options.

Former Chicago Bears Cornerback Charles "Peanut" Tillman opens the 58th Annual Chicago Air and Water Show Saturday by joining the U.S. Army Golden Knights for a tandem jump to celebrate the USO's 75th anniversary. A practice show was delayed by thunder and lightning Friday, and weather could be an issue this weekend.

The show runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday on the lakefront, where a couple million people are expected. One piece of advice: take public transportation.

Over in Wrigleyville, Pearl Jam had fans feeling "Alive" Friday night after they were spotted on the roof of Murphy's Bleachers. They’re playing Wrigley Field on Saturday and Monday.

On the South Side, the White Sox are at home this weekend, playing the A's at the Cell.

And of course, there are several neighborhood festivals to enjoy. Festa Italiana is already drawing a hungry crowd on Taylor street.